AILA NSW Salons
Salon: a word derived from the French for 'large room', has taken on various meanings
- Salon (room) (or drawing room), a room in a house used for receiving guests.
- Salon (gathering), private and public, of intellectuals to meet, discuss ideas and watch artistic performances.
AILA NSW Group holds an informal, after-work gathering of Landscape Architects to catch up and discuss projects, inspiration and practice.
Each Salon will be held at a different Studio/Office of our Institute members. This could be design studios, government offices or other places of practice.
The idea is to discuss and interrogate design practice in a collaborative way, to share ideas and to elevate discussion about what it is we do.
3 projects will be presented in an informal pin-up situation.
Venue: Members' offices.
To hold a Salon, please contact the State Manager, Christina Bunbury (02 9427 4669).
Salons - 2013
Monday, 8 April: Presentation by Parramatta City Council’s Landscape and Urban Design Teams